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figure out cameron is autistic. if that wasn't difficult enough he could soon be facing criminal charges. jeff hager has more on this developing story tonight. >> reporter: when students filed into thurmond middle school on wednesday they were missing one classmate. 12-year-old cameron mears would miss his favorite class, gym. >> i play run and jumping, basketball. >> reporter: diagnosed with autism at the age of 3 cameron's hands are always moving he finds joe in simple things seeing his reflection in the window. he landed in the guidance office when he allegedly landed a blow on the vice principal. >> cameron is upset i'm sure he actually hit him. but he wasn't trained. you shouldn't be putting yourself in a situation where you're not trained. that's the thing with the school system there's not enough trained people working with these kids with disabilities. >> reporter: cameron not only received a one day suspension the school wants to press charges. the frederick county sheriff's office plans to refer him to the department of juvenile justice where he'll face one count of disrup
, doctors told cameron he would never walk again. today he is skiing. >> if you have a pushup objection go get it and do it. >> he was hit by a train at 15 years old. it is a miracle he survived at all. it came with price. he lost two limbs. >> two legs above the knees. my right arm almost to the shoulder. >> it could have been a tragedy. instead, modern technology and cameron's unstoppable spirit turned him into a legend in the world of the can do athlete. >> i have been up out of a wheel chair for nine years now. >> first he learned to walk on specially made prosthetic legs. then he started running. this you tube video was made by hangar, a prostitutes tetics who started working withy cameron two months after his accident. it was a long slow process of physical therapy, fine tuning the technology and getting used to knees controlled by microprocessors. >> different prosthetics for different activities. these are the legs i bolt on for skiing which are ski feet that clamp down into the bindings of the skis. >> reporter: he was the first triple amputee to ski standing up. >> it was difficu
with an update. >> the parents of cameron say people as far as california reached out, wanting to make a different with the treatment of autistic children. tonight it all starts with criminal charges being dropped. staying on top of his chores is all routine for cameron. he helps around the house and this week he had more time to do so when frederick county schools suspended the autistic student for hitting his assistant principal. >> i am a good boy. >> 12-year-old cameron admits he lost his temper and his parents have no problem with the suspension. but they say it went too far when learning their son would face criminal charges. but after abc2 news aired the story, the school system called cameron's mom and she said they reversed their decision. >> principal had called me and informed me that, you know, they are not pursuing the charges at this time. >> a behavioral assessment warns the school system that cameron's condition can cause him to be disruptive. the middle school does not have enough trained teachers and administrators to deal with disabled students. the boy's sister a
will go live to the house of commons where did the crime and -- david cameron is making a statement. >> colonel gaddafi has responded by attacking his own people. he has brought the full might of armed forces to bear on them. the world has watched as he has brutally crushed his own people. on february 3, the un secretary general cited the report, the report in nature and scale as "egregious violations of international and human rights law" and called on the government of libya to protect its people. the secretary general later said that more than 1000 people had been killed and many more injured in libya amidst credible and consistent reports of arrests, detention, and torture. over the weekend of february 26, at britain's instigation, the u.n. security council agreed resolution 1970, condemning gaddafi's actions and imposed a travel ban and asset freezes and demanded international rights volunteers access. it referred to the situation in libya to the international criminal court, so that its leaders may face the justice they deserve. mr. speaker, in my statement to this house on fe
association. chad is the president of pitch field ananal lit -- analytics, cameron johnson, entrepreneur and author. great to see all of you guys. todd, i want to ask you first -- let's talk about p gas prices now. from where you sit, are you telling small businesses you know what, plan for the worst, start thinking of ways to hedge this? >> well, i think the key thing to watch, you know, foreign policy -- i'm no foreign policy expert. the key thing is saudi arabia. and -- the next couple of weeks whether -- anything develops there that could be dangerous is a real danger sign. gas prices have gone up. we have seen these spikes before. they are definitely a problem, as you describe for small companies. i haven't been telling people, though, it is time to really plan for the very worst. we will see what the next few weeks hold and -- if that's the case, you can see significant rises in gas prices if things develop that could last for a very long time. that would be very bad news for small business and the entire u.s. economy. >> chad, what do you see from your vantage point? is this somet
. >> by here with your saying, but if you think about it, president obama, william hague, david cameron have all said that we cannot rule out farming the rebels with weapons. that would complicate were alive, would it not? >> these humanitarian workers are brave men and women. it will not push us away. you will find ways to work with the opposition. if we get access to areas held by gaddafi, we will find a way to work with them as well if there is a humanitarian be on the ground in those areas. >> the bill have to leave it there. >> britain has not ruled out providing arms to rebels in libya. as they were speaking in the house of commons just a little while ago. not ruling out providing weapons to the rebel forces. moving on, the syrian president cuppa bashar al-assad -- the series -- syrian president, bashar al-assad, but be giving a speech for the first time in years. i assume the president has not started yet. what can we expect from him? >> there are high expectations on his appearance and what has taken place in the last two weeks. you mentioned 60 people that were killed or rested. the
. in britain who has the power, queen elisabeth or david cameron. he said that we didn't understand the system. >> i understand the system you have here. >> no, you don't understand. and the war, don't understand the system here. the system here. you don't understand it. >> but how do the people show their authority then? some who have gone on the street to protest said that your people have shot at them. >> no, no demonstration at all. >> did you see the demonstration? >> yes, i have, i saw some tomorrow. >> where? >> yesterday i saw demonstration. they are not supporting you. some are against you and some for. >> no, against me for what? they love me, all my people with me. they love me all. they would die to protect me, my people. >> if you say they do love you, then why are you capturing ben dszi? >> he's a guy, not my people. a guy, a guy. yes, they can put them outside. >> so they are the people pulling down the posters and putting up the flag of the king? >> it's al-qaeda, he said, they went to military basei s and terrorizing the people. and they are laying down their drugs. >> what if
of advocacy. alfred edmond is the multimedia he had or tore at large at black enterprise and cameron johnson is a entrepreneur and author. great to see all of you. todd, i want to ask you first, let's talk about gas prices now. from where you sit, are you telling small businesses, you know what, plan for the worst, start thinking of ways to hedge this. >> i think the key thing to watch, i'm no foreign policy expert but the key thing is saudi arabia. the next couple of weeks whether anything develops there that could be dangerous is a real danger sign. gas prices have gone up. we've seen these spikes before and they're definitely a problem as you described for small companies. i haven't been telling people, though, that it's time to really plan for the very worst. we'll see what the next few weeks hold, and if that's the case, you can see a significant rise in gas prices if things develop that could last for a very long time and that would be very bad news for small businesses and the entire u.s. economy. >> and, todd, what are you seeing from your vantage point? is this something small busin
- aircraft weaponry. >> president obama agreed with david cameron to plan on what they call a full spectrum of possible responses, including a no-fly zone. but there was no specific mention afterwards of arming rebels. that is still a controversial idea. >> we do not know a lot about the opposition in libya. different tribes and different individuals. there is no guarantee that by helping these people, you necessarily bring about a more democratic outcome or a more desirable outcome. >> it is our uprising, the libyan rebels insist. but their fierce arguments in benghazi about what to accept. equally fierce arguments about what helped to give outside. >> my colleague spoke to the former u.s. presidential candidate, senator john mccain, and asked whether the international community was just going to stand idly by while colonel gaddafi killed his people. >> well, i hope not. i appreciate the leadership that prime minister cameron has shown and also president sarkozy. unfortunately here in the united states, it seems we are sounding an uncertain trumpet. >> so what do you the we should do? >> o
over. news starts right now. >>> cameron is 12, autistic and facing criminal charges tonight. we will take you to frederic county which has a family and county up in arms. but you better listen closely. christian schaefer has more. >> reporter: they are proposing this and parents are not happy about it. it was designed for 499 students but right now, enrollment is 629 or 2 5% over capacity. there is two trailers on the ground with more on the way. there is about 250 kids using one boy's bathroom. >> reporter: last year they opened a school a few miles away and construction is set to begin in lutherville. it is the next step in relieving over crowding in the area. >> i know that the principal and teachers have been incredibly creative and i don't think they should have to go jumping through hoops to make it happen for the children. >> here is another idea. all the county's middle schools are under capacity so he asked the school system to find out if it is possible to move 4th grade students into middle school buildings. >> it will be official use of our money and more importantly
to help the libyan people in their hour of need, that is help british prime minister david cameron describe the mission against gaddafi's forces today in london. and while the wheel of diplomacy continues to spin, on the ground where it counts, rebel forces are still facing stiff resistance from the libyan leader. tonight, coverage on both fronts and it starts with the battle -- the bbc middle east. it starts with jeremy bowen in london. >> the u.s. jets returning to their base in italy. the decision to use air power against colonel gadhafi in libya was taken quickly, so quickly that they are still sorting out the politics behind it. if that is one reason for the london conference, assembling ministers and diplomats from 40 countries, and the arab league and the african union to back u.n. resolutions. though thertheir enthusiasm for military action varies. the mandate to protect civilians also means taking sides in a civil war. >> we made the right choice, that was to draw a line in the desert sand to halt the murderous advance of gaddafi's forces. no one has yet to explain when or
: today, i would like to request that we adjourn in the memory of cameron beach. he was the mta director on our mta board for quite some time, made a significant amount of contributions to that board, and we always know how difficult it is often to serve in the body, so i do want to adjourn in his memory, so i think we could make that on behalf of the full board. supervisor chiu: there were a number colleagues wanted to do that, so without objection, that will be the case. supervisor chu: we are embarking before they've month -- the month before the budget submission comes was, i request to talk about their policy objectives, over all, what the goals of each department would be, and primarily, the largest general fund apartments, including with the submissions to the department have been so far. this is really an effort to make sure we understand what those submissions are and can have earlier conversations with their departments ahead of the budget. thank you. >> thank you. supervisor kim. supervisor wiener. supervisor wiener: thank you. i have an in memoriam for peter nardossa, known a
, that is help british prime minister david cameron describe the mission against gaddafi's forces today in london. and while the wheel of diplomacy continues to spin, on the ground where it counts, rebel forces are still facing stiff resistance from the libyan leader. tonight, coverage on both fronts and it starts with the battle -- the bbc middle east. it starts with jeremy bowen in london. >> the u.s. jets returning to their base in italy. the decision to use air power against colonel gadhafi in libya was taken quickly, so quickly that they are still sorting out the politics behind it. if that is one reason for the london conference, assembling ministers and diplomats from 40 countries, and the arab league and the african union to back u.n. resolutions. though thertheir enthusiasm for military action varies. the mandate to protect civilians also means taking sides in a civil war. >> we made the right choice, that was to draw a line in the desert sand to halt the murderous advance of gaddafi's forces. no one has yet to explain when or how that commitment ends. the conference also said -- started
the british prime minister, david cameron, about the scope of military action within libya. the copy is just coming to us from nottingham, where mr. cameron said, "it's very important that we do not stray beyond the united nations resolution. we should not go beyond that in any way." he added that the military action taken by the coalition so far has helped to avoid slaughter in benghazi. those are the latest word from david cameron on the situation in libya. i want to bring you back to the situation in japan. we've heard of a further aftershocks, 6.1, in the east of the country. it is bound to have ramifications. of course, aid is getting through to communities on that coast. a lot of people are still stuck in evacuation centers. our correspondent reports on the iwate prefecture. >> the village of ofunato is like so many others along the coast of japan. homes are splintered and lives are destroyed. >> he was lucky at the most. his house stood, but the waves smashed right through, even upstairs. it will probably have to be knocked down. >> it has been nearly two weeks since the tsunami, but
in their hour of need." that was help david cameron describe the mission at a gathering of leaders in london today. well diplomacy continues to spin, on the ground, rebel forces are still facing stiff resistance. we have coverage on both fronts. we start in london. >> in the middle of conflict, a meeting designed to send clear messages to libya from a broad coalition -- big military powers, arab nations, and islamic organizations. all agreed to adopt the's of violence must stop and the future belongs -- all agreed stop and balance must the future belongs to another regime. >> we will support and stand by them as they seek to take control of their own destiny. their courage and determination should be rewarded. a new beginning for libya is within their grasp. we must help them sees it. >> first, sealing colonel gaddafi's fate is key. he sent a message accusing them of launching an offensive in his country akin to hitler's. he said the air strikes by international forces were hellish and barbaric. but there was no sympathy here. >> all of us have to continue the pressure and isolation on the g
. in britain, who has the power? is it queen elizabeth r. david cameron? >> if he said we did not understand the libyan system. i understand the situation you have, but you are regarded as the leader. >> do not say, "i understand." you do not understand the system here. the authority of the people -- you do not understand it. >> how do the people shall their authority? some have gone on to the streets to protest and say you're people who shot of them. -- your people shot at them. did you see them as solutions? i saw some today. i saw demonstrators yesterday. >> that are supporting me. >> that are not supporting you. some are against you and some are for you. >> they love me. all my people love me, all. they will die to protect me, my people. >> if they do love you, what are the capturing benghazi? it is -- >> it is al qaeda, not my country. >> that are putting up the flag of the king? >> al qaeda went into military bases and seized arms and are terrorizing the people. the people who had the weapons are youngsters. they are starting to lay down their weapons as the drugs al qaeda gave them we
. you see cameron mears who is autistic. he could soon face criminal charges. abc2 news jeff hager has more on this developing story. >> reporter: when students filed into the school on wednesday, they were missing one classmate and 12-year-old cameron would miss his favorite class gym. >> i play, run and jumping. basketball. >> reporter: diagnosed with a tim at the age of 3, his hands are always moving and he finds joy in simple things like seeing his replex in a window. but when he became difficult acting out in class he landed in the guidance office where he landed a blow on the vice principal. >> i am sure he is upset so i am sure he hit him. but he was not trained. you don't-- you shouldn't put yourself in situation where you are not trained and that's the thing with the school system. there's not enough trained people working with the kids with autism disabilities records cameron received a one- day suspension but the school wants to press charges and now thefrederick county sheriff office plans to refer him to the department of juvenile justice where he will face one count of di
, i think that with mr. cameron giving them extra days off, you get something like five days off in a row which a lot of people think, well, that's a great opportunity to steal away and get sunshine. there was a pole here today saying 80% weren't bothered about the royal wedding. i think it was done by a republican group, so it was a little bit slanted. the truth is it's a chance to get away because it's so much holiday being given. >> everyone here in america is absolutely excited and look forward to your continuing coverage. thanks again for joining us. >>> when we come back, critics take aim at the president and his decision to put american marines, sailors and airmen in harm's way in libya. was he justified in calling for action? [ woman ] welcome back, jogging stroller. you've been stuck in the garage, while my sneezing and my itchy eyes took refuge from the dust in here and the pollen outside. but with 24-hour zyrtec®, i get prescription strength relief from my worst allergy symptoms. it's the brand allergists recommend most. ♪ lily and i are back on the road again. wher
is cameron clark. in cameron's husband died last night. there will be a memorial service this thursday. if you would like to be there, let me know. president vietor: thank you. >> the last item on the general managers' report -- do we have a bolt for sfpuc's investing in our community including a new web page and ways to talk about how people see the puc. we have asked mr. jue to talk about that. >> thank you. i'm very excited to be here. what we're asking the commission for today is feedback. there is no formal action to be taken. it is just a new look and feel for the agency. on the agenda -- i will send this over. we have some long-term strategies. the reason we chose to the branding effort now -- and also how we structure of this to be a low-cost transition. and then i will take the back and questions. our priorities are about establishing credibility with both the public and our internal staff. we do that by providing opportunities for engagement, for awareness. whether we're doing our newsletter, talking to the commission, we tried to focus on our message to people and what those
coalition force in libya. prime minister david cameron held a crisis meeting at 10 downing street a few weeks and came out to talk to reporters. cnn's reporter is there to tell us about it. >> reporter: he justified this operation as one that was necessary, legal and right. here's what he said. >> tonight, british forces are in action over libya. they are part of an international coalition that has come together to enforce the will of the united nations and to protect the libyan people. we have all seen the appalling brutality that colonel gadhafi has meted out against his own people. and far from introducing the cease-fire he spoke about, he has actually stepped up the attacks and the brutality that we can all see. so what we are doing is necessary, it is legal, and it is right. >> reporter: he didn't give any operational military details in that statement. but we do know from the ministry of defense that british submarines were involved in that salvo of tomahawk missiles that was unleashed earlier hitting about 20 targets in libya, according to the pentagon. but it has to be said, bri
on whether gadhafi has agreed to chavez's offer. >>> david cameron is turning to a former british leader for advice on libya. he's been secretly consulting with tony blair who is in washington right now. cameron is reportedly asking blair about how to make gadhafi step down. >>> as the violence continues in libya, wikileaks is reporting another recent battle brewing there this one within the gadhafi family. according to documents released by wikileaks, a dispute over a coca-cola plant sparked a demonstration. the plant was shut down for months after troops loyal to one of the sons seized control of the facility. one of gadhafi's sisters eventually became fed up with the feud and then brokered a deal between her brothers. >>> the man suspected of leaking u.s. classified video and documents to wikileaks is in even more trouble this morning. the army filed # 22 new charges. the 23-year-old is being held in quantico. if convicted, he could face life in prison or even the death penalty. >>> new today, the man accused of shooting and killing two u.s. air men will be in court. president obama s
obama called british prime minister david cameron. they talked about a full spectrum of options. the goal being to end the violence in libya. after that call, prime minister cameron said gadhafi is brutalizing his own people and that he must step down. lynn? >> tracie, thanks. >>> meanwhile, there has been another flare up of violence in a country that seemed to be making progress -- egypt. officials say at least six people have been killed in clashes between christians and muslims. yesterday, the christians had been protesting the recent burning of a church. they also have been demanding that moring done to improve the status of christians in egypt. >>> elsewhere, yemen called for the country's president to resign. officials say soldiers fired rubber bullets and tear gas at students at a university. at least 98 people were hurt. there was a prison riot that left one person dead. inspired by the uprising in egypt and tunisia, protests in yemen have been ongoing for several weeks now. >>> e-mails released from wisconsin governor scott walker's office show he may be willing to com
their presence could bring help from britain. senior sources say david cameron it sees this as a defining policy moment and seems to enthusiastic about a no-fly zone. >> we have a situation where colonel gaddafi can be murdering his own people, and we need to make sure if that happens, we can do something about it. >> no fly zone is nothing new. britain and america had one in iraq before the war. there could be a serious campaign, bombing libyan air defenses. >> it would be telling people not to fly airplanes. >> but that is not the real obstacle. president obama seems very different than george w. bush. in particular, he is afraid of america being seen to use its military might to impose its will on other countries, wanting the international community to speak with one voice. but the voices are very divided. nato would not consider it without u.n. backing. the russians and chinese are not keen. >> i would noted that the u.n. security council resolution provides no authorization for the use of armed force -- i would note that. there is no unanimity with in nato for the use of armed forces. >> te
has spoken with british prime minister david cameron by phone. he says they looked at the full spectrum of options when it comes to military intervention. cameron now says they have got to work together to get qadhafi out. >> tracie potts in washington, thank you. >>> meanwhile, there has been another flare up of violence in a country that seemed to be making progress. egypt. officials say at least six -- 11 people have been killed in clashes between christians and muslims there. yesterday, the christians had been protesting the recent burning of a church. they also have been demanding that more be done to increase -- improve the status of christians in egypt. >>> elsewhere, yemen called for the country's president to resign. soldiers fired rubber bullets and tear gas at students at a university. at least 98 people were hurt. there was a prison riot that left one person dead. inspired by the uprising in egypt and tunisia, protests in yemen have been ongoing for several weeks now. >>> e-mails released from wisconsin governor scott walker's office show he may be willing to compro
---- tonight --- carl cameron shows us the overlap, duplicction, and redundancy... 3 the report ideetifies hundreds of redundant government programs wasting hundreds of billions of tax dollars... coburn says: "what it tells you is that we're incompetent...anybody that reads this report, that says congress is uh functioning effectively, they're they're living on mars."oklahoma republican senator tom coburn pushed for the study which found that in the depths of commerce, agriculture, small business and housing and urban development there exist: -100 duplicative progrrms markets and business incubation -35 overlapping highway and infrastructure programs. -82 often redundant programs to improve different federal agencies democrats who've attacked gop spending cuts suggested the report is a chance for bipartisan savingsreid says: "i think there are duplicative programs arounn here that we could eliminate 14:33:50 so i support, i don't say this very often, but i'm glad coburn asked for that."shahhen says: "there are places where we can to make goverrment more effective." the gao fo
as baltimore's best. county executive kevin kamenetz honored gus weissenborn and cameron stone, held an elderly man escape in burning home last month. they saw the flames, jumped into action not worrying about themselves. >> we just did what we had to do at the time and didn't think of it. we just tried to help. >> the baltimore county fire department plans to honor gus and cameron later this month. outstanding work. >>> changing weather expected for us tomorrow but through the day today not so bad. in fact we had great weather through the mid-part of the day. look at what we're watching, making its move for the east coast now. large system, you can see it out here to the west. and it will be steadily moving its way in. large area of low pressure on the move and that causing the national weather service to issue a flood watch for tomorrow evening and that's going to go right through the day on thursday. in the meantime, a decent evening, mid-40s now. baltimore to easton, 46. 47 dulles and 46 in winchester. a little cooler at the beach, 41. through the day tomorrow, 40s will be the story again,
campaign. president obama and prime minister cameron and presidents are cozy agreed that nato's -- president sarkozy agreed that nato felt military structures should take the leading role. president obama has been on the phone to paris and london. >> yes, if he is doing a tour of south america at the moment. so, he spoke to them from air force one. he said to cameron and nicolas sarkozy, they reviewed what was going on and they reviewed that the no-fly zone had been established and the assault on benghazi had been repulsed to an extent. they agreed that nato would play a key part in any forward command structure. a key part. not necessarily the only parts. but president obama is very worried about america being seen to take the lead. he does not want the muslim and arab world to think america on its own is in charge of this. nato is the premier part of the military western alliance. that does not look good to everybody. that is what the argument has been about. the french thought it would look bad if nato was in charge. but nato is the structure that is there. you cannot build
in the coming days. >> in the days you had people chanting "thank you cameron." are they still as adamant that there should be no boots on the ground, as it were in terms of how far international help should go? >> yes, they are. you see that a lot, we see. they say we, the libyan people can do it on our own is a familiar slogan here. there is a feeling yes, they want this air action, but nothing more than that. they don't need foreign troops on the ground here, but when you look at the rebel forces, and you see their efforts to push west, to take territory in the west, you have to say they are not making huge progress in the moment, if anything they are being bombarded by the gaddafi forces an hour or so away from here, so there is a stalemate on the ground, but the coalition saying they have pretty much control of the skies and british air operations were saying the gaddafi air force no longer exists and that the allied air force can operate with near impunity, so that does give them way to keep an eye on things. >> portugal appears to be one more step closer to a financial bailout. opp
with exercising power or authority. in written who has the power, queen elizabeth or david cameron. he said we don't understand the system. >> i understand the system that you have but internationally -- >> you don't understand the system, no, don't say i understand. you don't understand. and the war, you the world doesn't system the system here. the authority. you don't understand it. >> how do the people show their authority? because some have said your people have shot at them. >> no demonstration at all in the streets. >> did you see demonstrations? >> yes, i have. >> where? >> i saw some today. i saw some yesterday demonstrations. they are not against me. >> some were against you and some for you. >> against me for are what? they love me. all my people love me all. they will die to protect me and my people. >> you say they love you why are they capturing ben gassy and? al qaeda, yes. they come from outside. >> they are the people putting up the flag of the king and taking down the posters? >> it is al qaeda, he said. they went in military bases and seized arms and they are terrorizing the pe
. david cameron said we are here to help the libyan people in their hour of need. they agree that colonel gaddafi has completely lost legitimacy. jeremy reports. >> the u.s. jets returning to their base. the decision to use air power against colonel gaddafi's libya was taken very quickly, so quickly that they're still sorting out the politics behind it. that was one reason for the london conference. assembling ministers and diplomats from around 40 countries the u.n., nato, arab league, the islamic conference, and the african union to back the u.n. resolutions. though their enthusiasm for military action varies. the u.n. mandate to use force to protect civilians also means taking sides in the civil war. >> we made the right choice. that was to draw a line in the desert sand to halt the murderous advance of gaddafi's forces. >> no one has yet explained when or how that commitment ends. the conference also started the process of offering more political status, more legitimacy to the libyan national council. the closer the rebels have to a political leadership, would like more help on the gr
he and david cameron issued a joint appeal for a firm e.u. stance on libya when member states meet in brussels tomorrow. the french president has also suggested a limited campaign of targeted air strikes. among them, the military airfield in surt, colonel gaddafi's hometown, another in a town in the south of the country and one at gaddafi's barracks in tripoli. britain insists military action, though, could only be triggered if certain conditions are met. >> that would of course be a demonstrable need for that to happen on the ground. secondly, there is a clear legal basis to do it. thirdly, that there is regional involvement. there was a feeling that if we undertook such a mission and didn't have one of the arab countries involves with us, then that could be open to misinterpretation but those who would want to do so. >> the overall impression here today is that europe's leaders are, on the whole, like their u.s. counterparts rather wary. they're happy to call for colonel gaddafi to go. they're happy to impose sanctions. they're extremely worried about getting drawn into a north a
for gadhafi. british prime minister cameron said the forces are involved to stop the dictator from quote murdering his own people. >> cnn's atika shubert joins us live outside the prime minister's residence in london. what's the word from there, atika? >> reporter: well, the ministry of defense has come out with some more details on how britain is involved. in addition to the tomahawk missiles that were launched, they're saying that tornado g-4 jets were in the air and sending storm shadow missiles to targets in libya. so again, these are the kinds of details we expect to see throughout the night. but remember, britain has been front and center throughout this thing. in fact, david cameron, the prime minister, one of the earliest proponents of a no-fly zone and was frustrated it didn't seem to find much traction and clearly through maneuvering and pushing, that has come about and now he made a brief statement, very strong statement earlier in the day after an emergency meeting. he said it was a military operation that was necessary, legal and right. here's what he said. >> tonight, briti
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talk about. it let's go. >> jessica alba, fergie, cameron diaz, britney spears, minnie driver. >> this is just a partial list of celebrities who have been photographed holding a bag made by los angeles-based small business owner cara kurtz. >> we took, you know, pieces of our classic and tried to make it a little more mod, you know, '60s. >> when it comes to publicizing a high-fashion item like a handbag, cara says a picture of a celebrity clutching your clutch in a magazine is far more effective than any paid advertising. >> every time we got press, it was a huge spike in our sales. not only would we get ten new stores, we would sell -- you're talking 55 to 100 bags on the internet within 48 hours. >> cara recalls what happened two days after britney spears took one of her signature bags on a short vacation to europe. >> we started getting crazy phone calls from london, saying where do i get this bag. we're like, why are people from london calling us. turns out britney had taken the bag and 48 hours later was in london running around town with this bag. that's how, you know,
's not good science. >> rose: you're going to london to do this. david cameron, i understand, in a moment of which he's getting significant applause from certain cycles because of austerity budgeting that he and george osbourne have called on britain to make. >> yes. >> rose: to live with. >> yes. >> rose: is fully funding-- >> science. >> rose: science. what is it about david cameron that made him a believer? >> okay, so he had a science minister, david willets, but a number of us-- including myself, actually-- had a lot of discussion at different levels of government, including with david cameron, and persuaded him that science and knowledge is the basis of innovation, and innovation is the basis of economic growth. >> rose: economic growth. >> and if you switch off the knowledge machine, you will switch off ultimate growth. and they bought into that as they should have done. >> rose: that's part of what the president emphasizeed in his state of the union speech. >> he did. >> rose: what's the difference in cameron and obama? >> well, i think-- i think we-- i think the problem here is y
done what david cameron in uk understood immediately is immediately try to cut the cancer immediately. >> david cam cameron, tell us what david cameron has done to put into his budget, a george osborne, the -- >> he real items the problem is not recession, the problem is worse. it's a problem of risk which leads eventually to much worse recession later, you see. the problem of all these problem who are in favor of spending we don't have is that they don't realize that you are pushing the system further with these packages of stimulus. if you take an individual, if you are in debt, okay, what do you do? you're in debt, you borrow more? no. you have a problem. now what we've done -- >> charlie: if you were in debt you have less is what you would organ. >> you would spend less. so you try to spend less and try to manage your finances. the chinese are not going to lend you much more. >> charlie: we'll come back to that. >> so the problem, the obama administration started transforming, one adult went to another fool. now who is paying the price? who is taking the risk of the policy, the
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